The device was announced alongside the Nova 11 series smartphones, the Huawei Enjoy X mid-range phone, and the 2023 Huawei Matebook D 14 and MateBook D 16 laptops.
The bracelet is the company’s lightest and thinnest fitness tracker with a large screen. The device weighs only 14 g and has a thickness of 8.99 mm. It has a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 368 x 194 pixels and a 65% screen-to-body ratio.
Representatives of the company noted that the novelty has more than 10,000 pre-installed dials.
It is worth noting that, among other things, the Huawei Band 8 supports fast charging: in 5 minutes the battery is refreshed, providing 2 days of use. A full charge takes only 45 minutes.
A fully charged Band 8 can last up to 14 days. It is also the first Huawei fitness tracker based on HarmonyOS 3.1.
The standard version of the Huawei Band 8 costs $ 39, and the NFC version is $ 45. The sale of the device will begin on April 26 at Huawei Mall and on major websites in the country.
Recall that tomorrow Xiaomi will hold a presentation where it will present a brand new Mi Band 8 bracelet.
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